This script is basically a showcase of what you can graphically do to a moving average.
You have access to
2 sets of 4 moving averages each of those can use HA Candles as a source ( calculated in the script will not repaint if you are concerned with that )
additional smoothing to each set
a multitude of moving average types I am too lazy to type out ( please...
"Developed by Perry Kaufman, Kaufman's Adaptive Moving Average (KAMA) is a moving average designed to account for market noise or volatility. KAMA will closely follow prices when the price swings are relatively small and the noise is low. KAMA will adjust when the price swings widen and follow prices from a greater distance. This...
You can have 3 Moving Averages (customizable) using only one indicator! With them, you can know the general trend, immediate trend and the standard. You can try to operate using the crosses of this Moving Averages.
This indicator takes the SMA of the current 1 hour chart and the 15 minute chart of the current symbol.
When the close is below the SMA it shows a red line, when it is above it shows a green line.
When both are red, its in a down trend (Short).
When both lines are green, its in an uptrend (Long).
You can change the SMA in the settings.
This script lets you plot a simple or exponential moving average from a specific time frame that you can select. For example, if you always want the Daily 50MA on your chart, regardless of what resolution your chart is on, this will do it. It's also color coded to show if it's rising or falling.
Just thought some might find it useful to have a script of the first 7 numbers that are both fibonacci and that are prime numbers as simple moving averages and as exponential averages.
If anyone wants any other average type added to this script I can put out another version
Magic Moving Averages! is an indicator that comes standard in many forex trading platforms, and now on Tradingview designed for comfortable readability! It incorporates a series of simple moving averages plotted together with increasing periods. Finding a good trade with this is easily found with a set of rules. I took a course with Alex du Plooy on these rules...
Provides Moving average of 200 and 50 at the specific timeframe regardless of what interval you're looking at.
Saving the need to change it manually each time you switch the interval.
In this chart, I am looking at 4H interval with EMA of 50/200 of daily timeframe.